User:Salix/Farming Route

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Salix' Farm Route is the route I, Salix, follow every day while farming my way to 200,000,000 Farming experience. With it I could visit a total of thirty-eight patches.

As of 14 December 2013 I've achieved level 99 and on 12 July 2015 I achieved a virtual level 120 in the Farming skill! On 14 December 2016 I achieved 200,000,000 experience in the Farming skill.

Page history[edit | edit source]

At the time of achieving 99 I farmed 5 willows, 6 curry trees and 1 calquat tree. Since then the route got bigger, especially when Prifddinas was released in the autumn of 2014.

Preparations and requirements[edit | edit source]

The following items and requirements are needed to be able to do this Farming Route.

Requirements for teleportations[edit | edit source]

Quests[edit | edit source]

Lodestones[edit | edit source]

Items[edit | edit source]

The Visited Trees and requirements[edit | edit source]

Patch Chosen plant Time (warning) Items required Level required Quest / Achievement set required (for patch) Location(s)
Wood trees Magic (6x) 480 minutes (12 ticks of 40 minutes = 8 hours)
  • 1 Magic sapling.png: RS3 Inventory image of Magic sapling
  • 3 Astral rune.png: RS3 Inventory image of Astral rune
  • 15 Earth rune.png: RS3 Inventory image of Earth rune
  • 2 Nature rune.png: RS3 Inventory image of Nature rune[1]
  • 25 Coconut.png: RS3 Inventory image of Coconut
75 Farming
Fruit trees Palm Tree (7x) 960 minutes (6 ticks of 160 minutes = 16 hours)
  • 1 Palm sapling.png: RS3 Inventory image of Palm sapling
  • 3 Astral rune.png: RS3 Inventory image of Astral rune
  • 15 Earth rune.png: RS3 Inventory image of Earth rune
  • 2 Nature rune.png: RS3 Inventory image of Nature rune[1]
  • 15 papaya.png: RS3 Inventory image of papaya
68 Farming
Calquat tree Calquat Tree (1x) 1280 minutes (8 ticks of 160 minutes = 21 hours and 20 minutes)
  • 1 Calquat sapling.png: RS3 Inventory image of Calquat sapling
  • 3 Astral rune.png: RS3 Inventory image of Astral rune
  • 15 Earth rune.png: RS3 Inventory image of Earth rune
  • 2 Nature rune.png: RS3 Inventory image of Nature rune[1]
  • 8 Poison ivy berries.png: RS3 Inventory image of Poison ivy berries
72 Farming - North of Tai Bwo Wannai
Mushrooms Morchella (2x) 240 minutes (3 ticks of 80 minutes = 4 hours) 74 Farming
Evil turnip Evil Turnip (1x) 4 minutes and 30 seconds (1 tick)
  • 1 Evil turnip seed.png: RS3 Inventory image of Evil turnip seed
42 Farming - Draynor Manor
Cactus Prickly pear (1x) 560 minutes (7 ticks of 80 minutes = 9 hours and 20 minutes) 76 Farming
  1. ^ a b c d e These runes are used for Fertile Soil and you also need to be using the Lunar spellbook.
  2. ^ There is no attending farmer at both places, but if the Morytania Hard achievements are completed the mushrooms at the Canifis patch won't become ill.
  3. ^ No payment required if the Hard Desert achievements are completed.

Gathering the required items[edit | edit source]

Most items like the seeds and the payments I buy at the Grand Exchange (G.E.). The supercompost I made myself with pineapples, but since I'm using Fertile Soil I haven't made any super composts. Of course you could use normal compost, but super compost is better because it will cause your plant to grow faster and will less likely get ill (and die if you don't pay the attending farmer). Taking 3 stacks of runes takes less space in the inventory instead of an amount of buckets with (super) compost. Fertile Soil is equivalent to super compost. Alternatively, you can store (super) compost at a leprechaun and let them automatically use the (super) compost for you on the patch at an additional cost.

How to grow a tree sapling[edit | edit source]

You need a tree seed, a gardening trowel (can be on your tool belt), a plant pot and a (magic) watering can (both regular and magic watering can can be on your tool belt). Use the plant pot on a patch (without weeds) so you'll have a plant pot with earth in it. Use the seed on the plant pot with earth, water the pot and you'll have a seedling (w). It takes a few minutes (one farming tick) and it will become be a grown sapling. Now you can plant the sapling in a tree patch. This counts for wood, fruit, calquat, and elder trees.

Making super compost[edit | edit source]

I used to put pineapples (15x) in a compost bin at all four the alloment/herb/flower patches located at north of Catherby, north of East Ardougne, south of Falador and west of Port Phasmatys and also the bins located at Herblore Habitat (south-eastern Karamja), next to the Taverley potato-only alloment patch and the bin between the Prifddinas Crwys herb and bush patches. Which makes a total of seven bins. This way I gathered 105 buckets of super compost with composting 105 pineapples, 15 pineapples per bin.

Alloments run[edit | edit source]

While I made supercompost I also used to farm the following:

Patch Chosen plant Time (warning) Items required Level required Quest / Achievement set required (for patch) Location(s)
Allotment Fly trap 3 hours and 10 minutes (6 ticks of 31.7 minutes)
  • 3 Fly trap seed.png: RS3 Inventory image of Fly trap seed
  • 3 Astral rune.png: RS3 Inventory image of Astral rune
  • 15 Earth rune.png: RS3 Inventory image of Earth rune
  • 2 Nature rune.png: RS3 Inventory image of Nature rune[1]
  • 15 Cadava berries.png: RS3 Inventory image of Cadava berries
93 Farming -
Flower Butterfly flower 20 minutes (4 ticks of 5 minutes) 88 Farming -
  1. ^ a b These runes are used for Fertile Soil and you also need to be using the Lunar spellbook.

Herb runs[edit | edit source]

I do one or more herb runs a day, sometimes combined with a bush run and a hops (grapes) run with my Legendary greenfingers aura activated.

Patch Chosen plant Time (warning) Items required Level required Quest / Achievement set required (for patch) Location(s)
Herb Dwarf weed 80 minutes (4 ticks of 20 minutes) 79 Farming
Bush Wishing well fruit 200 minutes (5 ticks of 40 minutes)
  • 1 Wishing well bush seed.png: RS3 Inventory image of Wishing well bush seed
  • 3 Astral rune.png: RS3 Inventory image of Astral rune
  • 15 Earth rune.png: RS3 Inventory image of Earth rune
  • 2 Nature rune.png: RS3 Inventory image of Nature rune[1]
  • 15 wildblood hops.png: RS3 Inventory image of wildblood hops
96 Farming
Hops God grapes 80 minutes (4 ticks of 20 minutes)
  • 1 Grapevine seed.png: RS3 Inventory image of Grapevine seed
  • 3 Astral rune.png: RS3 Inventory image of Astral rune
  • 15 Earth rune.png: RS3 Inventory image of Earth rune
  • 2 Nature rune.png: RS3 Inventory image of Nature rune[1]
  • 15 Krandorian hops.png: RS3 Inventory image of Krandorian hops
95 Farming
  1. ^ a b c These runes are used for Fertile Soil and you also need to be using the Lunar spellbook.

The Farming Route[edit | edit source]

Warning![edit | edit source]

A plant can take longer to grow then stated here, it can still get sick while under the watchfull eye of the nearby gardener so it will take a tick longer. See this forum thread for more information. On the other hand, trees in Prifddinas will have a chance to skip a tick while their respective clan district is illuminated by the Voice of Seren.

Part 1[edit | edit source]

Start of Route[edit | edit source]

The route starts at the Burthorpe bank. There I get the items for the first part of the route. This is also my first bank preset.

Requires Hard Lumbridge achievements

Equipment:

Inventory:

Jack of trades aura[edit | edit source]

I withdraw this preset, and then open the bank again to equip my augmented attuned crystal bow and Mask of the Troll. From the bank I run north-west to the start of Troll Invasion and run further north to the abandoned Burthorpe mine to kill a troll to get Slayer XP for the Jack of Trades aura.

In case you have a Jack of trades aura (JoT) you can enable it now. Except for farming, firemaking and woodcutting this route will contain some other skills to get the 10/15/20/25 skills to do you need. But I aim at 25 because I have the highest tier JoT. Incase you encounter an impling: catch it for Hunter XP. Kill one of the trolls in the cave.

Crystal tree and blossom[edit | edit source]

Teleport to the Prifddinas lodestone, bank to replace the bow and mask with the items from the preset (augmented crystal hatchet, Falador shield 4 and Farmer's hat) and then claim the daily crystal blossom(s) from the crystal tree.

Then run east to the magic trees between the Cadarn and Crwys districts and cut one for a magic log. Run further east and pick a flax and spin it into a bowstring at the spinning wheel. After which I make a magic shieldbow and then I alch it with my Explorer's Ring 4. While in the district also pickpocket one of the Cadarn workers for Thieving XP. Watch out to not click on a Cadarn warrior though. Run north to the spirit tree and teleport to the Varrock Grand Exchange.

Varrock Palace Tree Patch[edit | edit source]

Run from the G.E. to the tree patch at Varrock Palace. I check the health of the tree I planted there yesterday after which I remove it. Then I use the fertile soil spell on the patch (alternatively you can store buckets of (super)compost at a tool leprechaun (or their elven counterparts) and pay them to automatically compost your patches), put the sapling in the patch, use the pot on the patch to add earth to it, and pay Treznor. Then I run back to the spirit tree in the north-east corner of the G.E. and teleport to Tree Gnome Stronghold (shortcut #2).

Tree Gnome Stronghold Tree Patch[edit | edit source]

Walk south-west past the bank and do the same with that patch, pay Prissy Scilla. Run north-east to the Agility Course where I do a part of a lap of the course to gain Agility XP. Alternatively you can also put on your silverhawk boots to get Agility XP during this route. Then I run north to the fruit tree patch.

Tree Gnome Stronghold Fruit Tree Patch[edit | edit source]

I summon the Giant Ent here (Summoning XP) and I health check, gather produce, chop down, remove for new tree, use fertile soil on patch, plant new fruit tree, add earth to pot, I pay Bolongo and I let the Tool Leprechaun note the produce. Then I walk west to the spirit tree and I teleport to the Tree Gnome Village (shortcut #1).

Tree Gnome Village Fruit Tree Patch[edit | edit source]

I walk south-west towards a crack in the fence and I follow Elkoy through the maze and I walk to the south-west. I do the same with this patch, I pay Gileth and I note the produce. Then I teleport to the Yanille Lodestone.

Bert's sand in Yanille[edit | edit source]

Requires the Hand in the Sand quest and more if Elite Ardougne achievements are completed

I enter Yanille and run to Bert's house which is next to the PoH portal. Claim the 84/120 buckets of sand from Bert which he delivers to my bank. This is also a daily gift which resets at the daily reset. Teleport to the Karamja lodestone to continue the Farming route.

Tai Bwo Wannai Calquat Patch[edit | edit source]

When I arrive at the Karamja lodestone and walk south-east towards Tai Bwo Wannai Village if the calquat tree is ready. Otherwise I go to the Brimhaven Fruit Tree Patch. At the outskirts of the village I encounter the calquat patch and check its health. I gather the calquat fruits and remove the tree after which I plant a new one, add earth to pot, pay Imiago with 8 poison ivy berries (noted) and trade the produce for noted produce at the Tool Leprechaun. I walk north-west past the lodestone to the gold ore rocks and I mine one of them. Then I superheat the gold ore into a gold bar with my Explorer's Ring 4 for Mining, Smithing and Magic XP for the Jack of trades aura.

Brimhaven Fruit Tree Patch[edit | edit source]

Walk north towards Brimhaven and next to the POH portal I get 40 pineapples and 40 apples from Dell Monti for doing the elite achievements set of Karamja. Then I go further north and do the same thing with that patch, I pay Garth and trade the produce for noted produce at the Tool Leprechaun.

Herblore Habitat Fruit Tree patch[edit | edit source]

Requires the Shilo Village quest to enter Shilo Village, walking from the Karamja lodestone or using a juju bag does not require quests or levels

I walk further east to Hajedy and his cart and I take a cart ride to Shilo Village for which I pay 10 coins. When I arrive in Shilo Village I exit the village by its entrance on its eastern border and walk further east, past the Jogres* until I reach the water where I go south and climb over a vine. I walk further south and climb over another vine and there it is, the sixth Fruit Tree patch in Gielinor. There I do the same thing with that patch, I pay the Zombie farmer and I exchange the produce for noted produce at the Tool Leprechaun.

* The Jogres stopped being aggressive after I got combat level 165 EoC (pre-Legacy), so you're save from them after that level. Currently with the 138-combat level system you're save from level 115 (a Jogre is level 57, 57 times 2 is 114 and plus 1 is 115 which means you're safe).

Catherby (Fruit Tree Patch & Arhein)[edit | edit source]

I teleport to Catherby Lodestone and I walk south-east towards the fishing area and there's a fruit tree patch. But before I farm my fruit tree, I'll catch a shark and cook it on a bonfire for Firemaking, Fishing and Cooking XP for JoT. I create the bonfire by cutting a nearby tree and then burn its logs. Then I continue the Farming route. There I do the same with this fruit tree patch, I pay Ellena and I trade the produce for noted produce at the Tool Leprechaun. If you use buckets of super compost, this is the oppurtunity to dump the empty buckets at him. Afterwards I run west to Catherby docks to get 80 seaweeds and 40 pineapples from Arhein (south-west from the bank). You can get this daily by buying it from him for a few gold coins.

Part 2[edit | edit source]

Seers' Village (Flax & bank)[edit | edit source]

Then I walk north-west until I encounter a unicorn, kill the unicorn, bury the bones (or bonecrusher) and grind its horn for Herblore XP for JoT. Then I walk west towards Seers' Village to collect my 120 free flax from Geoffrey for completing the hard Seers' Village achievements.

I syphon a wisp south of here until I got 15 energies after which I throw them into the rift for Divination experience for JoT. I walk north to the bank in Seers' Village.

Followed by a visit to the Seers' Village bank where I drop the following items:

  • Coconuts (30x ~ 60x)
  • Magic roots (3x)
  • Pineapples (40x)
  • Calquat fruits (6x) (only if Calquat Tree was ready)
  • Plant pots (with earth) (8x) (7x and a Calquat sapling in case Calquat Tree was not ready yet)
  • Bucket of super compost (1x) (only if Calquat Tree was not ready yet)
  • Poison ivy berries (8x) (only if Calquat Tree was not ready yet)

And I get the following items from the bank (my second bank preset) for the second and final part of the route:

  • Magic sapling (4x)
  • Palm Tree sapling (2x)
  • Morchella Spore (2x)
  • Evil Turnip Seed (1x)
  • Prickly Pear Seed (1x)
  • Astral rune (500x), this amount is random
  • Nature rune (500x), same
  • Earth rune (500x), same
  • Coconut (100x) (noted) (payment for magic tree)
  • Papaya (30x) (noted) (payment for palm tree)
  • Jangerberries (15x) (noted) (payment for prickly pear, not needed if finished Hard Desert achievements of which I have one left)
  • Crystal Teleport seed (for teleportation to Lletya and all eight Prifddinian clan districts)
  • Drakan's Medallion (for teleportation to the Barrows to get to Mort'ton)

Draynor Manor Evil Turnip Patch[edit | edit source]

I teleport via Lodestone to Draynor and walk north. At the Manor I walk west and go to the northern farming patch which is dedicated to the Evil Turnip. There I pick the previously planted Evil Turnip and plant a new one. Then I right-click to carve the Evil Turnip, because it sells for a higher price at the G.E. than the uncarved version. This is advised because its left click option is eating it.

Al Kharid Cactus Patch[edit | edit source]

I teleport to Al Kharid lodestone and walk north-east to the cactus patch. Here I check the cactus, pick its produce, use fertile soil and the seed on the patch, pay Ayesha, and I continue the route. If the hard Desert achievements have been completed you won't have to pay Ayesha.

Isafdar Mushroom Patch[edit | edit source]

Requires medium Tirannwn achievements

I teleport to the Tirannwn lodestone, walk west, go through three dense forests, walk south. I collect the mushrooms, use fertile soil on it, put a new seed in and note the produce with Trevelian, the elven tool leprechaun at this patch.

Taverley Tree Patch[edit | edit source]

I teleport to Taverley lodestone. Then I cross the river to the east, walk north, buy 3,000 Broad arrowheads from Spria (or Turael before While Guthix Sleeps), walk east, and there's a tree patch. Then I do the same with this patch and pay Alain.

Canifis Mushroom Patch[edit | edit source]

Then I teleport to Canifis via its lodestone, buy 3,000 broad arrowheads from Mazchna, walk west through Canifis towards Paterdomus and along the way there's a mushroom patch. I collect the mushrooms, use fertile soil on it, put a new seed in and exchange the produce with the Tool Leprechaun for noted produce. When using buckets of compost you can dump the empty buckets at him.

Free Items from completed Achievement Sets[edit | edit source]

Because I finished the Desert medium achievements, Morytania medium achievements, and Karamja elite achievements I can get 20 potato cacti, some planks for free, and 8,000 Tokkul from Weird Old Man at the Kalphite queen lair, from Razmire Keelgan in Mort'ton, and TzHaar-Hur-Zuh in TzHaar City respectively.

I do this by using the Fairy Ring next to this mushroom patch and teleport to Kalphite Queen lair entrance (Fairy Ring code DIQ). There I go the Weird Old Man and claim my 20 potato cacti after which I return to the Fairy Ring and teleport to the fairy ring in TzHaar City (BLP). From the fairy ring I walk south, east, north and talk with TzHaar-Hur-Zuh. I either run back to the fairy ring and teleport back to the one near the mushroom patch or I teleport to the Canifis lodestone. Then I use the Drakan's medallion to teleport to the Barrows (option #1) from where I walk south-west towards Mort'ton. I use the medallion in Morytania so it won't use a charge, but you could teleport with it from anywhere and recharge it south of the bank in Burgh de Rott. In Mort'ton I walk to the General Store (northern building) and claim either 30 regular planks, 20 oak planks or 10 maple planks from Razmire Keelgan.

Lletya Fruit Tree Patch[edit | edit source]

Requires the Mourning's Ends Part I quest OR the Prisoner of Glouphrie quest

After this I teleport to Lletya using the crystal teleport seed. I walk north, buy the free swamp tar from Lletya General Store (Eudav). I walk south-east to the patch and do the same with this fruit tree patch, I pay Amaethwr and I trade the produce for noted produce at Teclyn, an elven tool leprechaun. Then I teleport to the Meilyr district of Prifddinas with the crystal teleport seed.

Prifddinas Meilyr Fruit Tree Patch[edit | edit source]

Requires Plague's End

I run south-east to the edimmu resource dungeon to claim my daily reward from the Motherlode Maw. I exit the resource dungeon and run north-west past the herald to the patch and then I farm there, pay Alfon and note the produce at Emlyn (the elven tool leprechaun for this patch). If using buckets of compost, you can dump them at her. Here I check if the Giant Ent has generated any logs. If it did that then I withdraw those. After which I dismiss it and burn the logs.

Prifddinas Trahaearn Tree Patch[edit | edit source]

Requires Plague's End

I teleport here using the last charge on the crystal teleport seed. Then I walk south from the herald to the patch at the Trahaearn clan. There I do the same with that patch, pay Eifion and I note the roots at Tiwlip (the elven tool leprechaun for this patch).

Recharging the crystal teleport seed[edit | edit source]

Requires Plague's End

Use the Tirannwn quiver to teleport to Eluned/Islwyn who will recharge the seed with three charges for 150 coins if already recharged five times. If this is the first recharge it costs 750 coins and the next recharge it costs 150 coins less until it costs 150 coins after the fourth time.

Requires Roving Elves

Alternatively if you only have access to Lletya, but not to Prifddinas yet, you can do the following. Go to Lletya and then walk west and leave Lletya. Then walk north then west through the "tree gate" after which you can walk south to the magic trees where, if currently present, Eluned can recharge the seed. If Eluned is not there, you can wait there for five minutes or search for her in the forest of Isafdar (somewhere close to the Tyras Camp). While you wait you can either chop some Magic (75) logs or Elder (90) logs depending on your woodcutting level.

Run south-west to the harps for some Construction XP for the jack of trades aura.

Falador Tree Patch[edit | edit source]

Then I teleport to the Falador Lodestone and I recharge my Summoning and Prayer points at the Guthix shrine next to the lodestone. Then I walk south and then east through Falador Park towards the Falador East Bank. There I do the same with that patch, I pay Heskel.

Lumbridge Tree Patch[edit | edit source]

Teleport to the Lumbridge lodestone and walk north along the river Lum towards the anvil/forge. There I do the same with that patch and pay Fayeth. You can also dump your left over empty buckets at the leprechaun. At this point the actual Farming Route is ended. Except when the Calquat Tree wasn't ready yet I go to that tree when it is ready when I get notified by the amulet of nature.

Distractions and Diversions[edit | edit source]

Daily[edit | edit source]

Culinaromancer's Chest[edit | edit source]

I walk to Lumbridge Castle, go to the kitchen and go down the ladder. Walk to the north-east corner of the cellar and I bank the following items:

  • Plant pots (with earth) (6x)
  • Crystal teleport seed (1x)
  • Drakan's medallion (1x)
  • Carved evil turnip (1x)
  • Morchella Mushrooms (18x)
  • Potato cactus (20x)
  • Plank (30x) or Oak plank (20x) or Teak plank (10x)
  • Coconut (12x ~ 24x)
  • Magic roots (4x)
  • Left over earth, nature, and astral runes

And then I buy food from the Culinaromancer's Chest:

  • Chocolate bar (300x)
  • Pot of flour (100x)
  • Bucket (10x)
  • Grape (5x)
  • Other stuff I can't remember at the moment

Wizard Cromperty & Jade Vine (Ardougne)[edit | edit source]

Requires hard Ardougne achievements

Now I teleport to Ardougne lodestone and walk south into the city then go east to wizard Cromperty and I claim my 150 pure essences. Depending on what set of difficulty you completed of the Ardouge achievements you can collect either 100 or 150 pure essences with the medium or hard achievement set completed respectively.

Requires Back to my roots

After which I walk to the south-west to Lord Handelmort's Mansion between the banks and check the status of my Jade Vine. In case the Jade Vine is ready growing I check its health to get 1,500 Farming XP or if it's ready to be fought. A Jade Vine takes 16 hours to grow. See the warning.

After which I walk to the East Ardougne South Bank. There I drop the following items:

  • Pure Essences (150x)

In case the Jade Vine is ready to be fought I'll dump everything from my inventory at the bank, and withdraw a bucket of supercompost (fertile soil and automatically composting by tool leprechaun will both NOT work) and 10 wildblood hops. Then I return to the Jade Vine and kill it to get another Jade Vine seed, 2,500 Slayer XP (does NOT count for the jack of trades aura) and some combat XP. Then I use the supercompost on the patch, I plant the seed and I pay the farmer, Horacio.

Runecrafting: Blood Runes & RGM[edit | edit source]

Requires 77 Runecrafting and the Legacy of Seergaze quest

Then I drop everything from my inventory at the bank and I get the following items to teleport to the Blood Rune Altar.

*A wicked hood in your POH will NOT count.

Then I teleport to the Blood Rune Altar with the Wicked Hood ability of the Infinity Ethereal hood and I use all Pure Essences in the inventory (24x) plus the contents of rune essence pouches (30x), Infinity Ethereal body (12x) and the Wicked Hood (150x) to make Blood runes. After that I get the free Fire Runes (500x) from the Hood. Then I use the right click teleport on the Infinity Ethereal hood to use the teleport to the top of the Wizard's Tower of the Wicked Hood.

Requires 50 Runecrafting

There I walk into the Runecrafting Guild portal. Here I use the Rune Goldberg Machine (RGM; daily D&D) to collect my 100 vis wax with the help of the "vis wax fc" friends chat. Then I teleport to Prifddinas lodestone and walk north-west or south-east to the bank. In case I didn't have the right amount of runes for RGM I buy the runes here at the G.E. After which I dump my produce at the bank and get 24 Pure Essences plus I refill my 4 pouches and Infinity Ethereal body again after which I use the second teleport to the Blood Altar in my Infinity Ethereal hood with all unlocked Wicked Hood abilities. I convert all the Pure Essences to Blood Runes. In case I didn't have the right amount of runes for RGM and teleport there again and collect the vis wax. Afterwards I fill up the pouches and ethereal body again and use my third teleport, but in case I didn't have enough pure essences I need to acquire a few more pure essences because the 150 from Cromperty will not suffice to fill the pouches and ethereal body another time.

Jack of Trades aura conclusion[edit | edit source]

During the Runecrafting run (if also already gained Hunter XP) you will get a message in your chatbox that you did 25/25 skills so now you can claim a reward at the Loyalty Shop on Varrock Square in the person of Xuan or at the Tower of Voices in Prifddinas in the person of Dilwyn. I visit Dilwyn usually after my first Runecrafting run. He will only give the XP tome after the JoT-aura is depleted, if the three hours didn't pass yet just unequip it and re-equip it to deplete the aura.

Flasks, aquarium, urns and headd-ons[edit | edit source]

Requires the As a First Resort and Plague's End quests, 89 Crafting and 81 Mining

I use the Tirannwn quiver 4 to teleport to the Harmony posts at the Meilyr clan district in Prifddinas and walk east to the bank chest where I change my outfit from Runecrafting to Mining (magic golem outfit with the inherited benefits of the golden mining suit) and I also equip the resourceful aura and then I enter the edimmu resource dungeon again, this time to mine the crystal-flecked sandstone there. After which I teleport to Oo'glog and put the sandstones in the bank. After which I run north-east to the shortcut, go through it and mine the red sandstones there, convert them to glass and put them in my bank, mine the rest of the sandstones there, convert those as well and I teleport to Eluned/Islwyn in Prifddinas and I run south to the POH portal. I enter my POH and walk to my aquarium and collect the seaweed, kelp, and various gems there. Then I exit the POH again and walk to the Ithell bank chest where I empty my inventory. Then I go mine the crystal-flecked sandstone at the Ithell district, convert those to crystal glass, bank those, and repeat until it's depleted.

Requires 62 Crafting

Then I replace my mining outfit with the artisan's outfit and I mine one soft clay from the mine at the district, then I withdraw the soft clays from the modified artisan's bandana and I make 18 decorated fishing urns. Then I craft the flasks and crystal flasks from the glass I just made. After which I withdraw the modified skilling outfit head pieces (headd-ons):

These are the maximum amount of items you can receive because I have all skill outfits completed. These daily extra's I drop into the bank. In case I have 30 chronicle fragments I use the teleport option on the headwear and teleport to Guthix' shrine and turn them in.

Serenity Posts[edit | edit source]

Requires Plague's End

Then I teleport to Prifddinas lodestone (or just run north-west), walk west via the northern corridor and participate in the Serenity posts activity and gain the daily cap of 20,000 Agility experience.

Ports[edit | edit source]

I send away my two ships on adventurers' missions when available. I visit The Black Marketeer and buy the ports goods. And once a week I help Meg.

Dwarven instinct aura[edit | edit source]

Once a day I use my dwarven instinct aura and while it is activated I fish at the Prifddinas Waterfall to train both Fishing and Invention with my augmented crystal fishing rod and full fury shark outfit.

Tri-daily farming[edit | edit source]

Every three days I farm the elder tree and, if I have 3 spirit tree seeds, I also farm the three spirit trees.

Elder Tree farming[edit | edit source]

Requires 90 Farming and Plague's End

Every three days I use an elder sapling from my bank to farm the tree again. Then I get the runes for fertile soil (or just a supercompost or the leprechaun's service) and 25 (farmed) morchella mushrooms from the bank and go with those items and the elder sapling to the eastern part of the Crwys Clan district of Prifddinas. There I farm the elder tree, by health checking it, cutting it for logs, clearing the patch when it depletes, using the fertile soil spell on the patch, using the elder sapling on the patch, paying Sior and when you use buckets of compost, you can dump the empty bucket at Afenen.

Spirit Tree farming[edit | edit source]

Requires 89 Farming, The Prisoner of Glouphrie, Plague's End, The Fremennik Trials, Throne of Miscellania, Lunar Diplomacy and Monkey Madness

In case I have three spirit tree seeds (from Managing Miscellania) I also farm three spirit trees in Port Sarim, Etcetaria and Brimhaven. To do this I do the following:

  • Collect the payment: each tree requires one ground tooth, 5 monkey nuts and one monkey bar.
    • Go to Lunar Isle and kill Suqahs until they gave me 3 Suqah teeth. These teeth I grind into ground Suqah teeth.
    • Go to Ape Atoll and buy 15 monkey nuts and 3 monkey bars. These can NOT be noted, so watch out, do NOT click on them, you WILL eat them.
  • Add the spirit tree seeds to a plant pot to make a spirit tree sapling like explained earlier.
  • Withdraw the 3 Spirit tree saplings, 45 earth, 9 astral, 6 nature runes, and the payment
  • Teleport to the Port Sarim spirit tree with the cabbageport teleport on the Explorer's Ring 4.
  • Use this Spirit tree to teleport to the Spirit tree in Etceteria and farm that tree, by clearing the patch, using super compost on the patch, using the sapling on the patch and paying Yulf Squecks.
  • Teleport to the Port Sarim spirit tree again with the cabbageport teleport and teleport to Brimhaven with it.
  • Farm the Spirit Tree in Brimhaven like you did in Etceteria and pay Praistan Ebola.
  • Teleport to the Port Sarim spirit tree again and this time farm it and pay Frizzy Skernip.
  • Three days later I return to all three trees via another teleport methods (because they need to be health checked before you can teleport to them), health check them and wait to I have 3 more spirit tree seeds to repeat the cycle.
    • I teleport to Port Sarim with the Explorer's Ring again as mentioned before.
    • I teleport to Miscellania by using the fairy ring (code CIP) and then run to the south-eastern part of Etceteria.
    • I teleport to Karamja lodestone and run north towards the docks and then east towards the Agility Arena.

Weekly[edit | edit source]

Requires Throne of Miscellania

I also visit my kingdom at Miscellania to see what the inhabitants got for me, which already gave me multiple spirit seeds which I used to plant spirit trees in Brimhaven, Etcetaria and Port Sarim.

I visit Meg at the Player-owned port (POP) and when you give her advice, she'll give you a casket a week later when she returns from her adventure, which also gives nice experience and a money reward. Since I got level 90 in in all ports skills I can also participate in POP which I do daily through the portal at the Tower of Voices in Prifddinas as mentioned earlier.

Also weekly, I get 60 planks from the aquarium in my POH. 60 planks being a combination of mahogany and teak, e.g. 40 teak and 20 mahogany planks.

Requires the Cold War and The Firemaker's Curse quests for the additional acts

Also weekly I visit Baltazar's Circus, where I can perform acts in Magic, Range, Agility, Thieving and Firemaking. And with those acts I get experience in the aforementioned skills.

Requires the Tears of Guthix quest

Followed by visiting Juna to do the Tears of Guthix D&D to get some experience for my lowest skill level, the minigame called Dungeoneering, sorry I mean *cough* skill *cough*.

Requires the Penguin quest series, the Fate of the Gods quest and several others for access to remote areas

I also hunt all penguins in the Penguin Hide and Seek D&D in World 60 with help from the Penguin Hide and Seek friend chat, World60pengs and w60pengy for the invisible (ghost) penguin for which you need to wear a ring of Visibility. Except when you have finished the Fate of the Gods quest and visited Sliske in the Empyrean Citadel afterwards like I did. When you did this you will be able to see invisible things you used to need the ring for. Except for the Ga'al after the Brink of Extinction quest for this you will still need the ring of visibility.

Also weekly, I visit the Clan Citadel and cap there to get experience and help my clan maintain the citadel. I got 99 Cooking, Crafting, and Smithing because of capping at the Citadel at my previous clan, Missfits. Currently I continue to cap at my current clan's citadel, Become Legend. And ofcourse claim the fealthy from a clan cloak for capping 3 weeks in a row consistently.

Monthly[edit | edit source]

Requires the Beneath Cursed Tides quest

Every first of the month I visit and repair Copernicus' statues at Lumbridge, Canifis, Yanille, Taverley, and Prifddinas which also gives nice XP for Prayer/Slayer and Construction. I also visit Troll Invasion for the nice XP book. As well as diving down to Tutorial Island for the Giant Oyster D&D.